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Rich Rubino commented on Rich Rubino's group The Political Bible of Little Known Facts in American Politics
"Something Will Eventually Kill You: George Washington survived smallpox, malaria, and tuberculosis but finally died of a streptococcal throat infection."
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"September 30, 1968 – In a Salt Lake City speech, Vice President and Democratic Presidential nominee Hubert Humphrey breaks from the Johnson administration by supporting a unilateral bombing halt by the U.S. in the Vietnam War."
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"President Gone Wild: John Quincy Adams was known to skinny-dip most mornings in the Potomac River."
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"September 29, 1965 – President Lyndon B. Johnson signs into law the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Act, which establishes the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities."
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"The Donkey and the Elephant:  The two major political parties in the U.S. are represented by animal mascots. The Republicans have an elephant for a mascot and the Democrats have a donkey.  Both mascots, at least in their more modern form,…"
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"September 25, 1981 – Sandra Day O’Connor is sworn in as first female Supreme Court Justice in U.S. history."
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"Not the Most Artful Endorsement:  Snoop Lion, formerly known as Snoop Dog, said at a Toronto Press Conference that he supported Barack Obama for President "I mean, Bush f##ked up for eight years, so you gotta at least give [Obama] eight…"
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"September 24, 1955 – President Dwight D. Eisenhower survives a moderate heart attack while in Denver, Colorado. "
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"80-year-old VP Nominee: West Virginia businessman and former U.S. Senator Henry G. Davis (D-WV) is the oldest person ever to be nominated by a major party on a national ticket.  At age 80, he garnered the Democratic Party nomination…"
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"September 23, 1950 – U.S. Congress overrides the veto of President Harry S. Truman of the Internal Security Act, which requires American Communist organizations to register with the federal government."
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"Clinton attends a game of Hoops: In 1994 President Bill Clinton became the first sitting President to attend a college basketball game.  He attended a game between the University of Arkansas Razorbacks and the Texas Southern…"
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"September 22, 1922 – President Warren G. Harding signs the Cable Act, which allows American women to keep their citizenship if they marry a foreigner."
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"When Republicans were Democrats: In 1888, Republican Presidential nominee Benjamin Harrison defeated incumbent Democratic President Grover Cleveland by advocating what are now considered Democratic proposals.  He pledged to expand…"
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"September 21, 2001 – President George W. Bush addresses a joint session of the U.S. Congress for the first time following the September 11 hijackings."
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"Tax Hike Stuns Jersey Shore: Among the provisions in the Patient Protection and Affordability Act signed by President Barack Obama in 2010 is a 10% surcharge on all customers who use tanning beds.  This inflamed Nicole…"
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"September 19, 1796 – President George Washington’s farewell address is published in The Daily American Advertiser and other American newspapers. In the address, Washington announces he will not stand for re-election, calls for a…"
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